The Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) is the place to be if you’re a college woman interested in a career in public policy. PLEN is unique: Nowhere else can students learn how Washington, D.C. really works from a faculty comprised exclusively of women leaders who make and influence public policy every day. These women are [...]
For those of you thinking about graduation and where you want to work, here’s an interesting index just released by Climate Counts 2011 of the top firms and how sustainable they are. The most climate-responsible companies are revealed with scores up 54% in 4 years. Check them out and think about the criteria as you [...]
Now that we’re both back on campus, let’s get started in thinking about how you can translate your interests and passions into a career with an impact! There are lots of opportunities while here at Middlebury to explore social change both inside and outside the classroom. For instance, the newly formed Center for Education in [...]
Recent Midd graduates listen up! A Midd alum has just informed us that OPOWER is seeking an Energy Efficiency Coordinator. Here is the job description and OPOWER information.
As part of the 23rd Annual Hannah A. Quint Lecture in Jewish Studies titled: “Global Hunger 2011 and our Role as Global Citizens”, guest lecturer, Ruth Messinger, President of the American Jewish World Service, will hold a Career Conversation on global social justice issues on Thursday, February 24th at 7:30 PM at the Brainerd Commons [...]
Thinking about studying abroad or pursuing international service work, research, internship, or other form of international immersion experience? If yes, then broaden your thinking and enhance your preparation by attending the following workshop! Meaningful International Research, Civic Engagement, and Internships: Charting a Course to Plan, Fund, and Implement Out-of-Classroom Projects Wednesday, February 16, 4:30-6 p.m., [...]